What is PhpDig?
PhpDig is a PHP MySQL based
Web Spider & Search Engine.



xptr_new_context — Create new XPath context.


object xptr_new_context(document);
object document: A reference to a document object


An XPointer object on success or FALSE on error.


Creates a new XPath context. Xpointer is derived from the XPath language, which allows it to address points and ranges as well as nodes. It can also be used for string matching and addressing URI references. For more information on XPointers goto


4.0.4 - 4.0.5 only


Example 266. Example

See xpath_eval() for an example.

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